To mark the release of the feature film ‘Denial’, our clients at law firm Mishcon de Reya wanted to look into how a trial that took place – and was won – by Mishcon’s legal team in 2000 has relevance today.
The film’s release provided us with the perfect segue into a wider discussion that brought the audience back to Mishcon de Reya, the company’s legal expertise and its position as an authoritative voice.
Working with us at Quite Frankly and Alex Krasodomski-Jones of Demos, we made a short film exploring truth, post-truth and denial in 2017. Our fifteen minute piece opened the Q&A session that took place amongst the legal profession of London at a screening of Denial, generating further conversation and debate around the topic of what constitutes free speech.
There was lots of positive feedback on the night of the premiere with the and Mishcon de Reya received dozens of emails from clients and contacts praising the quality of our film. Once posted on the firm’s YouTube channel, it became the fastest-viewed piece of content that Mishcon has commissioned over the years and subsequently won us a Gold Cannes Corporate Award.